Social media clampdown is a set of rules/ regulations introduced to check the conduct of varied social media platforms including Twitter, Facebook, MSN, etc. Digitization has emerged as the key revolution after independence which in no time for the major number of countries, especially in the developing ones have influenced the development process.
This splurging rise in the influence of digitization has been prominently fueled by the active usage of social media platforms. However, to regulate the credibility of such technology in a long run, we need to possess a proper set of regulations that confines the power to either edit or permanently delete the content on any of the social platforms.
Sub-continents like China, Australia, India and many other countries have diligently shown their hold and belief in this ideology of regulating social media conduct. With effect to such rules, no user can access the content that has been labeled inappropriate and wrong by their government. If sources are to be believed, a significant number of riots, disputes and instances of increasing intolerance have been on a rise in last few years, out of which a credible importance is given to those unethical, provoking and hatred led content published through tweets, blogs, slogans and videos.
Hence, picking the right content and publishing it effectually on social media platforms is highly essential for each and every citizen of a country.